About Me2021-12-15T20:20:26+00:00


It all started back in 2014 with Instagram and I used my iPhone for shooting, I discovered that other people also appreciated simple, clean and minimalistic motifs. It really took off when Instagram selected me as an suggested user and my feed gained many thousands new followers in just a couple of weeks. Today my Instagram is my main platform where I try to inspire my many thousand followers when it comes to minimalism photography.

My pictures have been displayed all over the world, they have been exhibited in New York, Los Angeles, Hong Kong, Berlin, Hyderabad, Tel Aviv, Copenhagen and in Örebro in Sweden. I am also represented at the Swedish Museum of Photography called Fotografiska.

I sell high quality prints and some other stuff based on my works trough carefully selected retailers around the globe, here you can find your own favorite and update your walls for an affordable price.


This video was created by one of my  selected print vendors – Printler.com – who deliver high quality prints within EU – click here for my gallery

To think of taking a minimal shot

Normally taking a shot, the photographer tries to get as much as possible into the frame. For me, its the other way around – I try to get as much as possible out of the frame, getting as few items and simple composition as possible. But a really good minimalistic shot needs a little twist, an deviation from a pattern or something to stand out.


Some interviews with me


Feel the need to update your home after the summer?

Are you just back from your vacation and it feels somewhat grey and gloomy, do you think your home needs something new and fresh ? Why not update your walls with some calming new minimalistic photo art!

Here are some advices:


  1. Think in series – put not only one single artwork on your wall, put severals! Think either in pairs or in series of 3-5 to create a living, color matching experience.
  2. Think various sizes – increase the size of your absolute favorites and decrease the other ones to make an effectful palette of various sizes and styles.
  3. Think of lightning – will your artworks be hanging in the dark when the dark winter is coming ? Do they hang in natural light or do you need to boost the lightning with spotlights or some other directed light. ( Don’t use indirect light like roof of floor lights to light up your artwork – they deserve better ! Use spotlights or special lightning for frames to really make your wallart to pop!

Check out my various vendors all over the world here to find your personal favorite !

Participate in a minimal photo book

I´m proud to be one of 30 photographers from 22 countries that participate in ”Less is more” a minimalistic photo book published by Almalusa Publishing. 184 pages plus covers. 6 of my works included. Only 35 EUR plus shipping ( 8 EUR for Europe and 11 EUR for rest of the world) DEADLINE June 25th. Contact me at marcuscederberg@icloud.com to get your own copy!



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